Ben Spurr wrote:Is anyone else having a difficult time with leccion 5a on the bottom of page 19? My fingers are blistered and I still can't get it down.
Me, tough I admit I didn't practised this one enough, I can't perform all that dumping properly. But now I'm following his advice, playing it slowly first, counting out loud.
I have some questions:
Should we play what is written or what Mr Delcamp plays? At "LO, NOUS MARCHONS SUR UN ETROIT CHEMIN" he's using his i-m fingers instead of his thumb.
How do I even play a 'rest stroke' with my thumb? It feels strange.
What do you use to rest your left foot? I didn't find that thing to support the guitar on my leg,
Sometimes, when I'm playing rest stroke, I played a random note on the 1st string, let's say a F, then I have to play a note on the 2nd string, for instance a D. It is much more intuitive to use the same fingers (right hand) to play both notes, why must we always alternate?